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neuropsychological

Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Pertaining to, or of the nature of, neuropsychology.

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  • adjective Of or pertaining to neuropsychology, the relation or combination of brain and mind

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  • adjective of or concerned with neuropsychology

Etymologies

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neuro- +‎ psychological or neuropsychology +‎ -ical

Examples

  • Each child treated at the Roberts Center will have the opportunity to enroll in studies examining the long-term neuropsychological and developmental effects of proton therapy.

    Proton Therapy

  • Experience with Wechsler tests and familiarity with neuropsychological measures

    Practicum Training

  • Initial evaluation includes taking a detailed history of the nature of the seizures, performing a neurological exam to look for clues regarding where seizures may begin, performing a brain MRI scan and a brain MEG scan, recording some seizures in the epilepsy monitoring unitand neuropsychological testing.

    Pediatric Regional Epilepsy Program Services

  • The Assessment and Neuropsychology Service provides outpatient neuropsychological evaluations for patients with a wide range of medical, genetic, and neurologic conditions.

    Practicum Training

  • Making referrals for detailed neuropsychological evaluations

    Oncology Psychosocial Services

  • For some surgeons, artists, executives—even police officers—a well-chosen tune can trigger a bit of neuropsychological alchemy that helps carry them through a crucial moment.

    Cranking Up Your Private Pep Rally

  • In fact, Wechsler's scales remain the most popular, but there are many other widely-used tests to choose from, and these tests uniformly are based on theories of intelligence and neuropsychological processing.

    Scott Barry Kaufman, Ph.D.: Intelligent Testing

  • Children whose medical condition or treatment is placing them at risk for neuropsychological problems

    Programs and Services - Psychiatry and Behavioral Science

  • In fact, Wechsler's scales remain the most popular, but there are many other widely-used tests to choose from, and these tests uniformly are based on theories of intelligence and neuropsychological processing.

    Scott Barry Kaufman, Ph.D.: Intelligent Testing

  • Initial evaluation includes taking a detailed history of the nature of the seizures, performing a neurological exam to look for clues regarding where seizures may begin, performing a brain MRI scan and a brain MEG scan, recording some seizures in the epilepsy monitoring unitand neuropsychological testing.

    Pediatric Regional Epilepsy Program Services

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